Quarta pars coenae philosophicae seu physicae in tres libros De anima et alios de viventibus; [manuscript].
Quarta pars coenae philosophicae seu physicae in tres libros De anima et alios de viventibus [manuscript].
Three scholastic works written by student Angelinus Brun, based on the teaching of Mancler: the first on the soul, the second on morals, and the third on metaphysics and natural theology. The work on the soul is organized along Aristotle's divisions between the vegetative, sensitive, and rational. The second work discusses beatitude, free will, and habit. The last work covers ontology, the relation between essense and existence, God, and angels. The author has adopted a culinary theme throughout. The entire codex is titled Fourth part of a philosophical meal. The main divisions of each work are feculi (dishes). The second work is the convivii philosophici mensa secunda (second course of the philosophical banquet). The last work is a pocula (drink).
348 leaves : paper; 195 x 136 (165 x 136) mm. bound to 203 x 144 mm.